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ISBN: 978-1-59703-026-7

Authors: Seth Antwi Ofori (2015)


Ma Yenkan Twi (2015) - Let's Read Akan Twi is a textbook designed for intermediate-level Akan-Twi teachers and students. In essence, it is meant to reinforce students’ basic knowledge of Wolof, taught in a communicative setting, after two semesters of language exposure. In methodology, Ma Yenkan Twi focuses on communication-based and student-centered approaches. The writer of this textbook believes that students most benefit by exposure to multiple communicative tasks. Ample space and opportunity allow students to express themselves while also being creative with the language. In this vein, instructors will be facilitators of their student learning process.

As a whole, this book is comprised of dialogues and monologues, with each being followed by comprehensive questions that lead students to producing meaningful language from the material to which they were exposed. An audio accompaniment containing oral texts and dialogues goes along with the textbook, providing supplementary listening comprehension and pronunciation material for instructors and students.

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